Sometimes, less is more, simpler is better.
One touch of the screen, and a simple, material like wallpaper will be procedurally generated, using just four solid colors, one for the background and three as overlapping layers.
Procedural generation means the properties of each layer (color, size, position, the way they overlap eachother) are totally random, every single time.
The wallpapers are tailored to your display's native resolution, and with 16,776,216 possible colors, and more than 6,957,863,795,736 (and counting) unique layer combinations, you will never run out of wallpapers to personalize your home or lock screen.
They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but with this huge number of possibilities, not every single wallpaper generated will be a keeper. The good news is, if you don't like the current one, all you have to do is just tap the screen again, and a new one will be generated.
It will not take long before the procedural engine creates something to your liking, then tap on of the buttons at the top, the wallpaper will be set on your home or lock screen or both, and also added to your collection.
Your collection contains all the wallpapers you have ever set on your screens, like a logbook. From here you can change your home/lock screen to any of your favorite wallpapers, and of course, delete the ones you no longer use/like.
The collection is stored locally, so no need for an internet connection and no consuming of your data plan to access your wallpapers.
Runs on Android:
7.0 and up
- some minor tweaks
- drawing issues in the wallpaper generation/preview screen when changing device orientation
- dropped support for Android 6
- tablets are now fully supported, both portrait and landscape modes
- rolling/scrolling home screens are no longer in issue
Note: The updates and fixes in this release are valid only for wallpapers generated from now on, and are not applicable to your existing pre 2.0 collection.
- switched from storing the wallpapers on the Procedural Wallpapers folder located in the public Pictures folder, to a private folder (therefore complying with the scoped storage access introduced in Android 10), your existing wallpapers will be migrated the first time you run the app after updating (keep in mind, from now on, you will lose your wallpaper collection if you uninstall the app)
- on some devices, the wallpaper was drawn offset to one side (left or right), and therefore did not fill/fit the home screen properly, use the new option Offset Drawing to mitigate this
- dropped support for Android 5.1
The policy itself remains unchanged, we just moved our website to a new address.
- optimizations for devices with Android 9.0 and higher
- tweaked permissions support for Android 6.0 and higher
- dropped support for Android 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4 and 5.0
- on devices with Android 7.0* or newer, you can now set the wallpapers on the lock screen too
- added support for runtime permissions on devices running Android 6 and newer
- added round app icon for supported devices with Android 7
- added adaptive app icon for devices running Android 8 and newer
- other minor improvements
(* on Android 6 or older, only system apps can interact with the lock screen)
- the wallpapers in your Collection are now sorted by actual creation date, not by file name
- added the Changelog screen
- optimized error handling